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Kyiv 2009

 

4th Changing Europe Summer School

Civil Society in Central and Eastern Europe before and after the End of Socialism

Kyiv (Ukraine) 27 - 31 July 2009

Organised by the Research Centre for East European Studies at the University of Bremen in cooperation with the the EU Institute for Security Studies (Paris) at the National University of "Kyiv-Mohyla Academy" with financial support from the Volkswagen Foundation.

 

Programme

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Participants and papers

 

Akhmedzhanova, Dilorom (European University at Saint-Petersburg, Russia)

Problem of the Collective Action inside Homeowners Associations in Russia

 

Augustyn, Anna (University of Applied and Natural Life Sciences, Vienna, Austria)

The role of rural civil society in the governance reforms. Example of the Leader approach in Poland

 

Bilic, Bojan (European University Institute, Florence, Italy)

Resisting the Evil: Yugoslav Civic Activism prior to the 1990s Conflict

 

Blomberg, Franziska (European-University Viadrina, Frankfurt/O., Germany)

The impact of ethno-nationally divided civil society on the efficiency of democracy promotion for democratic consolidation in post-socialist countries

 

Breuer, Lars (Center for Interdisciplinary Memory Research, Kulturwissenschaftliches Institut, Essen, Germany)

German and Polish "Memory from below"

 

Cadier, David (Sciences Po / CERI, Paris, France)

The role of civil society in foreign policy making: societal groups and parastate organizations in the Czech Republic

    

Fedotov, Egor (University of Aberdeen, Great Britain)

Problematizing the Notion of 'Civil Society' in Ukraine

 

Fimyar, Olena (University of Cambridge, Great Britain)

(Un)Importance of Public Opinion in Educational Policy-Making in Post-Communist Ukraine. Education policy 'elites' on the role of civil society in policy formation

 

Fröhlich, Christian (Leipzig University, Germany)

Struggling without success? Russian civil society caught between international and domestic demands – the example of aid for disabled people

 

Kakucs, Noemi (Central European University, Budapest, Hungary)

Bridging the Gap? EU Institutions and Civil Society Moblization in Hungary

 

Kostiuchenko, Tetiana (National University of Kyiv-Mohyla Academy, Kyiv, Ukraine)

Ukraine in the future: vectors of development as seen by Ukrainian political parties and their leaders

 

Langbein, Julia (European University Institute, Florence, Italy)

Differential empowerment for institutional change: EU impact on business associations and government agencies in Eastern Europe

 

Melnykovska, Inna (Freie Universität Berlin, Germany)

Public Support for the Orange Revolution in Ukraine or for the Authoritarian Regime in Russia: Choice of a Lesser Evil?

       

Neumann Stanivukovic, Senka (Groningen Research Institute for the Study of Culture – ICOG, the Netherlands)

Deconstructing the Process of Europeanization of Regional Administration in the Czech Republic and Slovakia: EU Conditionality vis-à-vis Domestic Societal Pressures

 

Pape, Ulla (University of Groningen, The Netherlands) 

Striving for social change: The role of non-governmental organisations (NGOs) in the field of HIV/AIDS, drug policy and human rights in the Russian Federation

 

Semenov, Andrey (Tyumen State University, Russia)

Institutionalization of the Public Sphere in post-Soviet Regimes


Stojanov, Vlatko (Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich, Germany)

The Role of Civil Society Actors in Managing Ethnic Conflict: Albanians and Macedonians in the Republic of Macedonia

 

Szulecki, Kacper (University Konstanz, Germany)

Smashing concrete with words:  the Central European “dissidents”, their discourses and representations 

 

Valentic, Tonci (Multimedia Institute, Zagreb, Croatia)

History and memory. Historiographic transition in Southeastern Europe

 

Wasiak, Patryk (Warsaw University, Poland)

The second life of Polish art world in the eighties

 



The Changing Europe Summer Schools are organised by the Research Centre for East European Studies at the University of Bremen.


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